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You can try [Windows + D] to minimize all openning windows, then [Windows + D] again to restore them. Or you can try [Alt + Space, then N] to minimize a windows, then [Alt + Tab] or [Windows + Tab] to choose and restore it. Hope this help!


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From the bug filed by xgdgsc, this slow response to GNOME shortcuts appears to be caused by gnome-keyring-daemon. In particular, having multiple instances of the daemon appears to cause shortcut execution to pause while attempting to communicate with the daemon until it times out. You can use the following command to check if you have multiple instances of ...


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zipping and unzipping is complete overkill. The easiest thing to do is just use Windows Encrypted File System to encrypt the AHK files. To use this feature, right-click a file or folder, select Properties, and click the Advanced button on the General tab. Enable the Encrypt contents to secure data option. Files are essentially encrypted with your Windows ...


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In Excel Options -> Advanced -> Display -> Uncheck "Show all windows in the Taskbar", Click "OK" to close the menu. Then go back and select it again (check the option) and click "OK". Now Alt+Tab should work fine again


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@Dave has the right answer here. Windows explicitly denies the ability to capture or simulate that key combination. All that AutoHotkey can do is work around it. Here are a few references from the AHK help files: BlockInput When BlockInput is in effect, user input is blocked but AutoHotkey can simulate keystrokes and mouse clicks. However, pressing ...


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I don't believe the Windows OS will allow you to re-map that combination However, CTL+ALT+DEL is a special key sequence on Windows NT based operating systems (NT, 2000 and XP). On these systems CTL+ALT+DEL is called the special attention sequence (or SAS) and it has hooks deep into the NT security system which make it impossible to block this sequence in ...


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YesScript add-on was the hassle free solution for me. It prevents sites from running JavaScript but only the sites you choose. Most of times these sites hijack keyboard shortcut by JavaScript. I found about it on this article form Ghacks.net.


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You can actually use your keyboard to naviagte the right-click menu. Just right click and press W then T. If you want to customise a keyboard shortcut, you could use something like AutoHotKey. An example script to do what you want would be like this. F4:: Macro1: Click, Right, 1 Sleep, 10 SendRaw, wt Return You can use this script by copying it to a ...


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Win+TAB provides more functionality than ALT+TAB -- it's used to switch between virtual desktops. Pressing Win+TAB opens the so-called Task View, which lets you see all the desktops you have open (row of icons at the bottom) and the windows in the current desktop (rest of the screen). You can press the Add new desktop button on the bottom right to add a new ...


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Hotkeys and multimedia keys may be overridden by hardware or drivers(unlikely), by a running program, or by system setting. These three are distinct, and need different ways to check and solve. Hardware Your keyboard may have different modes, usually selectable with FN key combination. Some smart keyboards are configurable through a windows utility. See ...


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I think that Mac users will find the § more convenient than the backtick. On non-Mac keyboard, the backtick is positioned at about the same key as the § on Mac keyboards. So, to experience the same convenience as the people who suggest to use the backtick, use the paragraph-sign on a Mac keyboard. Using the backtick on Mac keyboards is tricky as it is ...


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"hkcmd.exe" is Intel's "extreme" grahics hot key interceptor. If you never use the Intel hotkeys, you can go to Control Panel > Intel Extreme Graphics > Hot Keys and turn them off. Get more detailed information about hkcmd.exe and all other running background processes with Security Task Manager. Source: http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/hkcmd.exe....


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Try the Send command +!9:: Send {}}



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